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help required in choosing between 2 web service flavours

 
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Hi,

I am a newbie on webservices and am currently on the verge of architecting my application.After going through a few tutorials,i figured that java webservices can be deployed/accessed in 2 ways,viz. Dynamic invocation and creation of java skeletons and accessing them using web service clients generated from .wsdl files. I would like to know as to in which criteria/scenario, each of them can be used efficiently?

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Vijai
 
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Refer to Communication Model guidelines in Sun Blueprints book
 
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